Exploring DVR Jobs on Apple TV, MacBook Air, and Kindle

Despite not having the opportunity to engage directly with Steve Jobs following the recent keynote, TUAW learned that he did spare some moments to converse with the New York Times.

During this conversation, he expressed his admiration for the newly unveiled MacBook Air, claiming it to be the finest Mac ever created by Apple, and humorously noted that he would be the first to purchase one, jesting about not pre-ordering it immediately post-keynote like many others.

Further into the discussion, Jobs predicted a bleak future for the Kindle, Amazon’s e-reader, by suggesting that its failure is inevitable given the declining trend of reading.

He also touched upon the significant event of Bill Gates’ retirement, though he did not hint at any retirement plans of his own from Apple.

[via Engadget]

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